Want to light your child's entrepreneurial fire? Try a stint at a business camp.
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The entrepreneurial spirit is alive and well in young people,says Alvin W. Rohrs, CEO and president of Students In FreeEnterprise (SIFE), an entrepreneurial education organization."Twenty years ago, there was the idea that entrepreneurs areborn, not made," Rohrs says. "Now there's anunderstanding that people can learn to be entrepreneurs."
Today's entrepreneurial camps focus on hands-on training(creating actual businesses during the camp and meeting withreal-life entrepreneurs). Check out your local college or SIFE(www.sife.org)chapter to find camps in your area, or consider these:
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